The CCCA programme has seen some major developments in 2012, including significant progress on the development of the Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan (CCCSP) and related sector strategic plans, which are now available in draft form and are going through a consultation process expected to be completed in the first half of 2013. A lot of focus has been put on strengthening relationships between the Climate Change Department (CCD) and other priority Government agencies involved in CCCSP development.
Environment and Energy
KAMPONG SPEU - Sao Bin, a 38-year-old farmer province, used to walk three kilometers every day to collect water for drinking, cooking and washing. These days,more
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Projects and Initiatives
The purpose of the Cambodia Community Based Adaptation Programme (CCBAP) is to reduce vulnerability and increase adaptive capacity of the targeted communities to manage the additional risks of climate change. It aims to reduce the vulnerability of Cambodia’s agricultural sector to climate induced changes in water resources availability. more
Cambodia is regarded as one of the most vulnerable countries in the region to the effects of Climate Change. In particular, Cambodia’s high dependence on agriculture, which relies on rainfall, is an example of a key vulnerability. more